Contour Press


 The Houston Press recently featured a comprehensive story about the personal journey of Jamar Simien, the co-founder and CEO of Contour. 

The Houston Press is an online newspaper published in Houston, Texas. Founded in 1989, it covers every aspect of Houston culture including art, music, cuisine, sports and politics. It reports a monthly readership of 1.6 million online users. Here's the story:

 

Kreol Magazine recently featured an all-inclusive story about Jamar Simien, the creative director, co-founder and CEO of Contour. 

Kreol Magazine is a London based magazine that’s dedicated to promoting Creole culture across Creole-speaking countries and beyond. The magazine features role models, spotlights accomplished individuals who have demonstrated success in personal character and industry, as well as those that shine as examples locally and globally, lifting up the profile of Creole people throughout the world.

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The American Press newspaper recently featured Contour in a story titled "Building Relationships, Furniture and a Better World"

The American Press is a flagship newspaper that has covered all of southwest Louisiana, including the co-founder's hometown of Lake Charles, for over 100 years. To read the full article, click the link below:

 

Voyage Houston recently highlighted Jamar Simien, the CEO and co-founder of Contour. They discussed Jamar's diverse background in design, the origin of the company and the importance of using Houston's diversity as a way to build meaningful connections in business. 

Voyage Houston was started as the Voyage Group of Magazines in Los Angeles. After generating their first million page views in LA, they expanded the platform to celebrate local artists in the city of Houston. Here's the link to the interview:

                                        

Rice University's Design Alliance featured Contour in a recent story by M. Lawrence Dillon.

Rice Design Alliance publishes independent editorial projects in collaboration with other cultural and educational organizations from across the globe, as well as with local architects, designers and Rice Architecture faculty. Here's the story:

 

 

Contour being announced to the Architectural Digest audience.

Architectural Digest is a vibrant monthly celebration of international design talents, innovative homes and products, inspiring decorating ideas, culture, and travel. Launched in 1920 as a California trade quarterly, the magazine evolved over the years, increasing in frequency and broadening in scope until it became the byword for living well. Today AD publishes nine international editions, and its brand has immeasurable influence in the world of interior design.